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SHAYDENISE1
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New Week, New Goals

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

This week, my main goal is to do something active every single day. Even if it's just 10 minutes, I need to get in the habit of doing SOMETHING everyday. That is exactly where my problem lies: I do great for days and then one day I just don't feel like it and then it turns into only working out a couple days a week. That just isn't going to help me reach my goals.

So for this week:
-Do something active every day
-Track all food
-Find meals that I can prepare over the weekend to take for lunch (lean cuisines just aren't cutting it anymore)
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  • STEVIEBEE569
    Way to go! Keep pushing forward with your goals! You can do it!
    1404 days ago
  • HDEPREMIO
    I know EXACTLY how you feel! I have been on this roller coaster lately, and haven't worked out in a while. I like the "do something consistent every other day, no matter what" idea. I'll encourage you if you encourage me!! :)
    1404 days ago
  • ARUSHING2

    You have many nice plans. Apply them and you will progress towards your goals for certain.

    Many, many years ago, a wise and experienced man suggested to me that at a minimum, work one's exercise program, every other day, and to do everything possible to never, ever miss two days in a row.

    Eacha dn every time that I apply those gems to my routine, I work a strong and beneficial program. ( When I don't do it that way - I don't have a strong and progressive program going! )
    1404 days ago
  • STODD251
    Sounds like you have some great goals. I know I have been so much happier since I switched out the convenience foods for meals I've prepared. It is more work, but well worth it to eat something so much better. You can do it!
    1404 days ago
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